Mariner of the Seas is always a popular choice for Australian cruisers. Mariner is the sister ship of the ever-popular Voyager of the Seas when she sails out of Sydney. We tailor-make her spectacular Asian itineraries, offering exclusive Asian land tours. A member of the Voyager Class, there's even more to do onboard Mariner of the Seas now, as Royal Caribbean have added new shopping experiences and a revitalised the Casino Royale. Mariner of the Seas is 138,000 gross tonnes and has a cruising speed of 22 knots.
Royal Caribbean say this ship was built for adventure, relaxation, and everything in between, and who are we to argue? At night, the DreamWorks parade along the Royal Promenade is simply magical. There's also multiple bars and lounges to flaunt your best dance moves, or you can treat yourself in one of the many duty-free shops. If you’d rather relax, there’s the Vitality Spa with over 100 treatments to choose from, plus four pools and six whirlpools onboard. Each stateroom has a flat-screen TV, and the ship has Wi-Fi capabilities throughout plus touchscreen wayfinders.
When it comes to dining, there is a whole host of complimentary and paid-for options onboard. Evening meals take place in the main dining room, with traditional first and second dining slots, where you dine with the same people every night. This is a great way to meet people and make new friends onboard. You also have the choice of My Time dining, which still takes place in the main dining room but you can change your dining time every evening. Other options onboard are the Windjammer Cafe, Jade Sushi, Cafe Promenade, and room service. You can also pay a small surcharge to dine at one of the speciality restaurants including the Chops Grills Steakhouse and Giovanni's Table.
After a busy day exploring the ship’s facilities and ports of call, there’s nothing better than getting back to the comfort of your stateroom. Royal Caribbean offer four main types of stateroom onboard Mariner of the Seas: Interior, Ocean View, Balcony, and Suites. All of the staterooms come with a TV, telephone, private bathroom, shower, vanity area, and a hairdryer as standard.
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